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Today's show, Monday, April 16, 2012, dealt with various topics. “Would you date someone you are not physically attracted to; even if they met ALL your other criteria, such as morally, ethically, personally, socially, verbally, great job, a family oriented individual, but their physical attributes were souring to you?” And we also discussed, “Would you Google someone for security purposes, to determine if they had a police record & or was a child molester etc.?” Tyra from Cincinnati, Ohio said she looks are important to her but if you initiate friendship, their personality will over shadow their shortcomings via how they look and they can grow on you and said she desires to be attractive to someone initially if they do not start off as friends. Jazmin from New York City said “beauty is in the eye of the beholder but she also feels one must be physically attractive initially.” Tyra said she thinks Googling someone is acceptable and there is nothing wrong with it. Tyra asked “is it acceptable to allow her Neice that resides with her, to allow one of her girlfriends to spend the night (a sleep over), and she doesn't know the friend and said the only time she had a sleep over when she was a child was a relative.” Derrick from West Orange, New Jersey, said he never googled anyone for security purposes he never felt the need to do that and men are basically visual creatures and that may be hard initially, but as long as a woman makes him happy that may be able to be overlooked if he isn't attracted to them initially. I suggested to Tyra that she meet her Neice's girlfriends parents & or guardian to get a feel of what type of environment the friend derives from. Call 323-580-5709 EVERY MONDAY @ 6pm (eastern NY time)